Are you interested in developing a better understanding of the social, political, and cultural factors influencing our diverse world? Are you passionate about social change in schools and communities?
The Ethnic Studies and Education BAM (Bachelor's and Master's) Degree Program offers you an efficient and rigorous path toward earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Ethnic Studies and a Master’s Degree in Education in five years.
The program invites highly focused ethnic studies students who are interested in applying their critical thinking skills and dedication to social justice to transformative careers in education.
This new program offers a Master’s degree pathway in:
You may apply at the beginning of your junior year or at anytime thereafter prior to completion of your undergraduate studies. Applications are submitted to and reviewed by the School of Education.
- Have declared Ethnic Studies as a major
- Have completed all Minimum Academic Preparation Standards (MAPS) requirements
- Have a minimum GPA of 3.0.
Once admitted, students must:
Completing the BAM program requires careful planning. Consult your advisor early to help chart your degree plan.
Contact education advisors at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-492-6555
Contact ethnic studies advisors at email@example.com or 303-492-8852
The School of Education and Department of Ethnic Studies have partnered to support the BAM degree program that reflects each unit’s commitment to educational opportunity, diversity, and engaged scholarship examining how race and the interrelated categories of ethnicity, disabilities, language, gender, class, and sexuality impact the lives of people locally and globally.